Shide meaning

A thin board; a billet of wood; splinter.
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A piece of wood; strip; piece split off; plank.
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Origin of shide

  • From Middle English shide, schide, schyde (“plank, board, beam, splinter, chip”), from Old English scīd (“thin slip of wood, shingle, billet”), from Proto-Germanic *skīdą (“log, tile”), from Proto-Indo-European *skÁit-, *skÁi- (“to cut, divide, separate”). Cognate with North Frisian skeid (“billet of wood”), German Scheit (“log, piece of wood”), Swedish skid (“wooden shoe, sole, skate”), Icelandic skíð (“a billet of wood”). Also cognate, via Norwegian, with ski.

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